Danny Amendola's remarkable five-year run with the Patriots is over. While the NFL Network said Amendola never reeled in more than 690 yards or four touchdowns in a season, he had a knack for coming up big time in the playoffs.
Amendola has taken pay cuts in the past to stay with the Patriots in each of the last three seasons - playing on a one-year deal worth a maximum $1.7 million last season - but at 32, this may be his final chance to cash in.
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The Patriots still have receivers Julian Edelman, Brandin Cooks, Chris Hogan, Malcolm Mitchell, Phillip Dorsett, Kenny Britt, Cody Hollister, and Riley McCarron under contract for 2018.
Amendola becomes the second receiver the Dolphins have reportedly agreed to terms with since the free agent negotiating period opened on Monday. Amendola never saw more targets over a full season in New England than the 87 he got in 2015.
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Previous year he caught 61 passes for 659 yards for New England. The Patriots made efforts to conserve his snap counts to keep him healthy for the postseason, and it paid off in 2014 and 2016. He was instrumental in the team's come-from-behind victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars in the AFC Championship game earlier this year, scoring twice after Rob Gronkowski was forced to exit the game.
He was also as tough as anyone in the locker room.
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But Aldridge has disagreed with Klopp for blaming the result on the lack of a penalty decision. I don't think Manchester United will be able to cope with them at the back.
Amendola should be able to play a prominent role in Miami.
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